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Shailene Woodley, 'The Fault in Our Stars' Actress Reveals: 'I Used Study How to Survive in the Wild,' Makes Weapons Out of the Ecosystem?

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(Photo : REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson) Shailene Woodley reveals she used to study how to survive in the wild

According to E! Online, actress Shailene Woodley, known for living an alternative lifestyle, has revealed her unique past hobbies and extreme passion for Mother Nature.

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Woodley, 23, revealed that her past hobbies revolved around testing her skills in the wild.

"The producers asked me what I liked to do in my spare time and I told them I used to study how to survive in the wild-how to make shelter, build fire, and create weapons out of the ecosystem-but I live in a city, so it also got me thinking about urban survival skills." 

The shorthaired beauty recently revealed that she aims to live an eco-friendly lifestyle by making her own necessities from toothpaste to deodorant.

"My biggest fear is that people aren't going to realize in time that we are nature, and that we need to think about that fact and respect that fact," the actress said. "People talk about global warming, the oceans, and the rainforest, and we need to be talking about it, but nothing's going to change unless we change ourselves."

She added, "Nothing's going to change in nature until we start with our own bodies, mental health, and happiness. The human race isn't going to be so fine if we don't take some necessary steps pronto."

The actress previously admitted to not owning a cell phone, claiming it to be 'a crutch.'

According to Just Jared, the star revealed, "I'm not a big technology person. I don't even have a smartphone. I don't even have a cellphone!," she told The Daily Beast.

"And if I were to have one, it would be a flip-phone. There's a bigger lack of privacy than there's ever been, but there's also a bigger lack of camaraderie and community than there's ever been. I mean ... just asking people for directions. Since I got rid of my phone, having to pull over and be like, "Hey, buddy-do you know how to get here?" I'm talking to people more than I've ever talked to in my life because I no longer have that crutch. The more you get away from all the technological buzz, the more freedom you have."

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Mar 10, 2014 06:00 PM EDT

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